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How gaming technology could hack crime scene investigations

Sherlock Holmes could examine a crime scene with nothing but his immense powers of deduction and perhaps a trusty magnifying glass. But real investigators today have much more sophisticated technology at their disposal for carrying out the crucial task of documenting and analysing a crime scene. 3-D laser scanning, for example, allows investigators to quickly build a detailed and highly accurate computer model of the scene.
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